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TO CHANGE THE RADIO FREQUENCY FOR A DIFFERNET COUNTRY

We have just imported a car from America and can not getting local radio's like 91.8, only pick up odd numbers. How do we change the setting for New Zealand. Thanks for you help.

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  • cool1234 May 28, 2008

    bought an imported car with a "Gathers" from japan and wondering how to change the FM to the higher frequency ranges...

    advice appreciated.........Thanks

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A work-around for this problem is just manually tune to a frequency right before the station you want (say you want 101.1 - tune to 100 + or -). Then hit the scan button and it will lock onto 101.1 if it's a strong station in your area. Once you listening to that station, press one of your pre-set buttons for 3 seconds and, viola, you have that station set in memory.

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Not many radios have the capability of switching tuner frequency sets. There area at least six different regional frequencies setting used around the world. In the US FM changes on the .1,.3,.5 odd numbers; others change on the .0,.2,.4...evens. The US changes AM on the 10's 890,900,910...others by the 9's. Delphi has a radio that can be set for USA, Europe/Australia, Japan, Argentina, China or SAUDI ARABIA*[*once set here can't be changed]. It also has a USB port and AUX jack on the front. It can be had with Sirius or XM and a weather band [which may only be applicable in the US]. This does not have short wave but may have RTS(?) radio traffic info) capability if in Europe. Check this link to Pana-Pacific who are retailers/resellers. There is a trick to getting it set for the right country and you may have to request the information from them directly, but it can be done.

http://www.panapacific.com/catalog/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Store_Code=CAT-001&Product_Code=PP106062&Category_Code=AVS-008

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Hi, it depends were you got the radio from mine is doing the same its a grey product and comes from US or other countries.If you are lucky just hold and press the setup key for +- 5 seconds and it will jump to setting HH then press the + or - button were you change the radio, go to area and turn knop on radio to US or other country thats working for you. Hope it helps

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I'm facing the same propblem with my Trial Blazer 2006 LT, I'm living in Saudi Arabia, and I cant receive any arabic channals.

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